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... for our own safety.
It was here that our Driver then started distributing soft drinks to officials
to help us through the process.
We were stopped at many roadblocks right
through the country until we left to cross into Nicaragua, and a lots of Cola
and Fanta was handed over with a friendly wave.
Arriving into Leon, early evening we have
never been so glad to see a cold beer.
... and buying local artwork. Resisting the urge to have an early night, which was a very common occurrence, we left the hostel enroute to Reilly's pub that is renowned for its Monday night pub quiz. We arrived seconds before the rain started and grabbed two seats at the bar. The bar slowly filled up as we chatted with the staff. When it came time to form teams for the quiz, our fellow barflies were keen, which saved us having to move from our comfortable front-row ...
... our breath. It was worth the effort because the view of the city and the volcano was class. Headed back to the hostel where we chilled out for a while then we got changed and went out. The bar we went to was a good laugh and they had beer pong, table tennis and one of those punchbag machines. Some lad try to be all cool and kick it in a Kung Fu sort of style. To the delight of the crowd he fell on his snot. It was hilarious. Got home in the early ...
... completely averse to bananas and small bites of mango, even taking a sip of pineapple juice every now and then :-) There are also volcanoes...
Antigua is nestled between 3 volcanoes, Fuego, Acatenango and Agua. There's no avoiding them when you're in Antigua. You orient yourself with Volcan de Agua at the southern end of town, and within minutes of arriving you'll see Fuego spew some smoke*. Fuego had erupted a week before we arrived and closed the airports and dusted ...
... to sunset and I went for a run on the beach. It honestly wasn't as hard as I had thought it would be, but still rough after not getting any exercise for about two weeks. I took a break to watch the sun go down again and then went for another lap. It was literally as if I had just jumped into a pool, how much I was sweating. Wouldn't you know that the power decided to go off right after I got done with my run. No shower for me! Thank god there was a pool at ...